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The Most Expensive Las Vegas Cocktails

July 29th, 2008 · No Comments

$1000 High Roller Martini at The Capital Grille in Las Vegas

Whether you’re celebrating big wins from a ground or online casino, Las Vegas has the ideal drink for a celebration. From least expensive to most expensive, here are some of Las Vegas’ most extravagant and expensive cocktails.

Warp Core Breach – $29.50
Made at Quark’s Bar in the Las Vegas Hilton, this Star Trek themed drink has enough punch to make a Klingon dizzy. Made with 10 ounces of liquor from five different-flavored rums, Razzmatazz and fruit juices, this drink is large enough to share. It comes in a Star Trek-like glass and a little dry ice ads to the ambiance by making this concoction bubble over and smoke.

Goddess Elixir Margarita – $99
The Goddess Elixir is available at Isla Mexican Kitchen & Tequila Bar in Treasure Island and is assembled table-side by your very own Tequila Goddess. It is big enough to share with 3 of your closest friends and comes with big chunks of pineapple and citrus buoyed by Herradura Selección Suprema, 100-year old Grand Marnier Centenaire, Cointreau and fresh citrus syrup.

Liquid Gold – $175
Fleur de Lys in Mandalay Bay offers Liquid Gold by the ounce for $175. Made with Grand Marnier Centenaire, Louis XIII Cognac, Krug Grand Cru Champagne, Fee Brothers West Indian Orange Bitters and raw sugar garnished with 23-karat gold leafing and a burnt orange twist.

Seablue Martini – $275
The Seablue Restaurant at the MGM Grand has one of the best martinis in Vegas. Made with super-premium vodka and Beluga caviar this drink carries a price tag of $275.

Gotham Martini and the High Roller Martini – $1,000
The Capital Grille at the Fashion Show Mall serves drinks made just for High Rollers. Each of these $1000 martinis come paired with a piece of Lagos jewelry. The Gotham Martini comes with a strand of pearls. The High Roller, named for the Vegas Strip, includes a diamond pave ring. For each cocktail sold, about $500 goes to Share our Strength, a charity that battles hunger around the globe. The sorts of liquor used are a mystery, but it seems the value is really in the jewelry and the feeling of giving to a good cause.

King Richard’s Pride – $1,000
King Richard’s Pride is a $1,000 a drink consisting of Hennessy Richard, Dom Perignon Rosé 1996 and Chambord Liqueur Royale de France, splashes of lime and cranberry juices and one orange slice, all served in a keepsake Baccarat cocktail glass. Located at the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace.

The Presidential – $1,000
The Body English Nightclub at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino features a $1,000 martini called The Presidential. This drink includes Remy Martin Louis XIII cognac and Dom Perignon champagne.

Duvet Passion – $1,500
The Seablue Restaurant at the MGM Grand has The Duvet Passion. This drink features a mix of rare aged cognacs and a mix of rare vintage champagnes garnished with a vanilla orchid petal and can be purchased for a mere $1500. This passionate drink was introduced on Valentine’s Day in 2005.

High Limit Kir Royale – $2,200
Also at the MGM Grand, you can double down on the High Limit Kir Royale. This $2200 libation is only available at The Teatro Euro Bar. Louis Roederer Cristal Rose champagne, Hardy Perfection cognac, Grand Marnier Cent Cinquantenaire and fresh muddled raspberries make this extravagant cocktail.

Ménage a Trois – $3,000
Feeling a little frisky? Order a Ménage a Trois at Tryst located at the Wynn Hotel. This sexy cocktail is made with Cristal Rosé, Hennessy Ellipse and Grand Marnier Cent-cinquantenaire. 23-karat gold flakes and liquid gold syrup decorate this decadent cocktail. For $3,000 you can sip this drink through a golden straw studded with a 9-point diamond yours to keep.

The Most Expensive Drink Sold in Las Vegas

The most expensive Vegas Cocktail was served by Master Mixologist Francesco Lafranconi at Wolfgang Puck’s Postrio on May 7th, 2003. This drink was sold at live auction for $8,000 to benefit Alzheimer’s Research. It was served in a Christofle Limited Edition Cocktail Glass by Adam D. Tihany. It was made up of a delicious blend of Hennessy Timeless harmoniously combined with Grand Marnier 150th Anniversary liqueur, topped with Dom Perignon Oenotheque 1973 vintage, garnished with 22-karat gold leaves, and stirred with a diamond swizzle.


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